The Force May Have Guided J.J. Abrams’ Career

‘Star Wars’ Producer Kathleen Kennedy Believes ‘The Force’ May Have Guided J.J. Abrams’ Career Originally posted by thewrap.com by – Beatrice Verhoeven Getty Images “I had to ask myself: was every one of these events, this whole progression, moving toward this? Is it the Force? I think so,” said Kennedy at the Los Angeles premiere The…

John Boyega Signs With WME

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Lead John Boyega Signs With WME ORIGINALLY POSTED @ deadline.com by Mike Fleming Jr. EXCLUSIVE: WME just signed John Boyega, the young British actor who goes from who’s-he to who’s-who at warp-speed rate when Star Wars: The Force Awakens is released by Disney on December 18. Boyega plays the male lead role of Finn…

MAY THE 4TH BE WITH US ALL

MAY THE 4TH BE WITH US ALL Star Wars is Modern Mythology. In a world where faith in anything is being tested on a daily basis, Star Wars represents fantastic use of the film and its global reach. Please don’t drop the ball Disney, “The Force” is everywhere” 🙂 Cheers George. iamwill

The Force Awakens Trailer 2: "We're home!"

OH MY …… I can’t stand the thought of wishing the year go by, but I can’t wait for this release. The Force Awakens Trailer 2 builds the storyline in so many discrete ways. ! LOVE IT ! ROLE: NAME Director: J.J. Abrams Writers: J.J. Abrams (Screenplay) | Lawrence Kasdan (Screenplay) | George Lucas (Characters) Producers: J.J. Abrams |…

Harrison Ford Injured on the Set of ‘Star Wars: Episode VII

Originally posted by Variety.com Harrison Ford has been injured on the set of Disney and Lucasfilm’s new “Star Wars” movie. According to Disney, the 71-year-old actor was hospitalized after sustaining a bad ankle injury during filming on Wednesday. “He was taken to a local hospital and is receiving care,” the statement reads. Ford was at…

A “Star Wars” TV Show May Be Coming to ABC

During an appearance at the Television Critics Association press run this weekend, President of ABC Entertainment Group Paul Lee announced that a Star Wars television program might be coming. According to Reuters, ABC execs are looking to work with Lucasfilm to create a show based on Star Wars characters. “We’ve started conversations with them,” Lee said in Beverly Hills on Sunday. “I…